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Jan 6, 2013 4:00am PST
the forgotten victims and this morning the aspca has an urgent message with scores who are unclaimed. >> good morning. during hurricane sandy hundreds of animals were either left behind or couldn't be cared for anymore. that's where the aspca stepped in reuniting owners trying to get back on their own feet with their four-legged friends. jordan clark is finally bringing her dog midnight home. >> it's kind of surreal. kind of like it's over but feels like christmas morning like just to be able to be back to him. >> reporter: clark was living in the rockaways in queens, new york, when she lost everything including her house in hurricane sandy. >> to lose everything your possessions is one thing but to lose your family would be horrible. so if it wasn't for them i don't even want to think what would have happened. >> reporter: clark displaced had no way to care for midnight and her kitten carrie then she found this place. >> basically saved my family. >> reporter: a temporary boarding facility for four-legged victims of sandy. the aspca reacted quickly starting up the shelter helping ne
Jan 30, 2013 6:30pm EST
made with the aspca, fly. but do not be fooled by all this alleged innocence. reality might be closer to this. >> behind the adorable exterior, lurks lethal intent. the serial killer purring in your lap. you will never look at fluffy the same. >> reporter: ben johnson voices trailers for movies. we wrote that for him. but turns out, it's all true. we all know cats eat birds, but what stunned the scientists behind this week's new study is when you do some thorough sleuthing on cats, it turns out they are four times more vicious than previewly imagined. every year, they kill 12.3 billion mammals like chipmoneyings and 2.4 billion birds. a feeding frenzy that is even endangering some rare birds. why? because the number of stray cats has exploded. and because, it turns out, felines are much deadlier than we knew. >> he's the cutest serial killer you will ever meet. >> reporter: amy watts thought she knew her cat, booker t., but when scientists put a little camera on the kitty, it captured carnage. the new numbers took me by surprise. i never thought my wife and i were harboring three cold
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Jan 5, 2013 10:00pm PST
need two references to adopt a cat at the aspca. include gun shows in the ma mandatory criminal and mental background check and mandatory reporting for all guns sold, destroyed, lost or stolen. part two. and near are the restrictions. i think that the military assault style rifles have to be banned. silencers have to be barned. why do you need sound suppressors? i think high capacity magazines have to be banned? why do i have an asterisk next to those. i think the sanctioned gun clubs there should be an ex-isception for them and military and law enforcement related agencies also obviously there should be an exception for them. here to debate my proposals for gun control are larry pratt the firey executive director of the gun owners of america. larry, welcome back. and dan gross the president of of the brady campaign to prevent gun violence. larry, you first. will you accept any restrictions on the sale of weapons, larry? >> no chance, geraldo. you are not going to stop crime. all of your ideas were in effect in connecticut and didn't do any good. what we need to do is empower people
Jan 29, 2013 5:00pm EST
aspca. items used by dog fighters, including a breaking stick and spring pole. you'll find out what those are. the skull of a pit bull that was removed from a grave site during a dog fight investigation and demonstrations of some of the new tools in the emerging science of veterinary forensic investigations. >>> coming up, an unexpected announcement from apple about a new ipad. you'll want to hear it. also ahead, americans will spend billions on super bowl festivities. we'll share some ways you can save some cash on your party. >>> this is bruce johnson. had you been able to save any money lately, the d.c. government now has a staggering $1.5 billion in a savings account. account. coming up, we'll tell you what . where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> okay, how much money are you saving these days? guess what, the d.c. government has $1.5 billion in its bank account and bruce johnson is here to tell us why the city leaders think they need so
Jan 6, 2013 6:00am PST
aspca is sending out an urgent call for help this morning. >>> and damage control after a rough run involving another breakup, now pictures of him smoking a mysterious substance. what justin bieber is saying to his fans now. ♪
Jan 16, 2013 7:00am PST
has decided the case has no merit and the aspca has agreed to pay the circus millions dollars for ever filing the lawsuit in the first place. when the circus comes to town there's usually a parade for fans. but animal rights activists have accused the circus of abusing the elephants. they claimed ringling brothers and barnum & bailey routine hit the elephants with sharp bull hooks and chaining them for long periods of time. and they claimed an inside source with proof, a former ringling employee by the name of tom ryder. he shared those allegations with "today" almost four years ago. >> and the bull hook starts breaking the skin and then they're bleeding. >> reporter: but now a federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit and in an unusual turn about, the aspca had to pay ringling a settlement of $9.3 million. >> they dragged my family, our company, all of our people that dedicate their lives to these animals, through really 12 years of misery under false pretenses. >> so do you come out victorious here? >> i think it is a level of vindication because the untruths are now out there, an
Jan 7, 2013 9:00am EST
is the mutt, this is really -- i mean, wow, aspca, one step away, you better get there before something bad happens, you know what i mean? >> not quite the same story, but another turn-around, attempted turn-around under way in silicon valley is yahoo! getting smacked this morning, as bernstein takes it to a market perform. price target 23. basically saying too much risk in and ipo not happening at the right number. investing in growth now. they say, we cannot recommend this stock. >> they've been so bright. i always hate to give that against someone who has been so right. alibaba and the $40 million. when i look at that downgrade, i say to myself, this stock has been a levitator. this is a show-me year for them. they've got to show some earnings momentum. >> it's not likeerns not being generous. they're putting up five multiples on 2013 at core yahoo!. which is still percentagewise a decent move from here. >> right. >> great move last year for yahoo!. that equaled to great performance for dan lowe, who has been very patient here. gone from what many thought would be a quick a
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